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As it becomes increasingly evident that the European project is in the middle of a multidimensional crisis, this chapter forefronts a perspective that forefronts (dis)integration, scale and disjuncture in order to enhance our understanding of the dynamics of crisis, resistance and social change in a European context. The chapter locates the discussion of European (dis)integration as part of a global organic and utilizes the concepts of scale and disjuncture across three dimensions; the social, political and economic. The chapter argues that the dynamics of and citizen responses to the multidimensional crisis suggest the need for the reassertion and rebalancing of the ‘social’ and solidarity within and between European institutions, a scalar reconnect between political elites, national governments and citizens, and a reassessment of policies which are further embedding market-enhancing strategies, competition and self-responsibility in everyday life.

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Governance, Globalization and Public Policy is concerned with exploring the nature of the policy arena in the context of globalization and the reconstitution of the state. The contributors to this book seek to broaden, extend and integrate theoretical, conceptual and substantive policy debates. The book begins by exploring the concepts and perspectives associated with globalization and governance, the relationship between them and the repercussions for public policy and the state. It also considers developments at the global and regional levels and the implications of the emergence of new regulatory regimes in the context of liberalization and privatization. The focus then turns to a broad range of substantive areas of public policy such as human rights, health and health care, housing markets, poverty, security and counter-terrorism.
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The current context of social policy is one in which many of the old certainties of the past have been eroded. The predominantly inward-looking, domestic preoccupation of social policy has made way for a more integrated, international and outward approach to analysis which looks beyond the boundaries of the state. It is in this context that this Handbook brings together the work of key commentators in the field of comparative analysis in order to provide comprehensive coverage of contemporary debates and issues in cross-national social policy research.
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Edited by Patricia Kennett